James Rogers ︎ VFX Supervisor & Creative Director
Feature Film
I won an on-set bet on this movie to see who could call Robert Redford “Bobby” without getting into trouble or being disrespectful. I confessed to him later, and he had a good chuckle. The challenge in this movie was to make Sydney look like New York throughout, and make a news room full of non-working TVs look alive and buzzing. I was production VFX supervisor, and got to work again with DP Mandy Walker, who I had worked with on both Tracks and Australia previously. 

Visual Effects Supervisor & Creative Director

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What I do

A visual effects supervisor is basically a visual problem solver. I try and recruit ideas from a variety of sources—new, old, borrowed or transposed from other disciplines and industries; curiosity drives me. But ultimately, I am an creative image-maker first and foremost.

I closely collaborate with others and keep a holistic view of the process—delivering creatively, on time, on budget. I excel at logistically complicated projects and team building.